• La Réunion island turned to the air conditioning sea water for energy independence by 2030
    La Réunion island turned to the air conditioning sea water for energy independence by 2030

    La Réunion launches the largest project in the world of sea water air conditioning aimed to get energy independence for 2030. This innovative process is expected to cool sixty large buildings in the north of the island, to reduce electricity expenses by 75% and create nearly 400 jobs.

  • A marine protected area in Marquesas islands within a year
    A marine protected area in Marquesas islands within a year

    The consultation phase has been launched for a PMA in the Marquesas. A project initiated by Motu Haka cultural federation who had already created educational marine areas to involve Marquesas in preserving their heritage. Their cultural vision for sustainable management of marine resources inherited from ancestors will be integrated in the PMA process.

  • Cacouna: TransCanada oil port works threatens Belugas
    Cacouna: TransCanada oil port works threatens Belugas

    Exploratory drillings conducted by TransCanada in the nursery of St. Lawrence belugas had more impacts on the marine environment than expected. The Ministry of Environment awaits the new work plan of the company before allowing further work designed to build a oil port which construction and operation would be detrimental to this endangered species.

See all news

See all news

  • Corsica: a promising system of hydrogen energy storage
    Corsica: a promising system of hydrogen energy storage

    Located in Corsica, MYRTE experimental platform has set up the Greenergy Box, a new storage system and energy management developed by Areva. Operating on a coupling of solar panels with a system of hydrogen storage and fuel cell, this installation aims to solve the problems of intermittent solar energy.

  • L'Arbre à Vent: New Wind launches wind turbines of proximity
    L'Arbre à Vent: New Wind launches wind turbines of proximity

    With his steel trunk of 8 meters high and its branches from 80 to 100 plastic sheets that serve as mini wind turbines, "l'Arbre à Vent" revolutionizes the traditional image of wind turbines. Aesthetic and silent, this technological innovation offers a new reliable source of energy on a human scale which should promote energy independence of consumers.

  • Wave Carpet to harness ocean waves to power our home
    Wave Carpet to harness ocean waves to power our home

    Researchers at University of California Berkeley have developed a carpet that will convert waves into usable energy. The team is looking for funding to develop the first pilot plant into the ocean and convince its benefits.

     

See all news

Sustainable Ocean Solutions Sustainable Ocean Solutions
Find us on Facebook
Enez Green TOP EnezGreen Gallery